We would be nowhere without you,
our fans. We were recently gifted with some GREAT past pics
of Lacy from our good friend, Tom Fee. See them here.
Lacy performs Friend of the Devil on May 1, 2010 at the Genoa Cowboy Poetry & Music Festival in Genoa, Nevada. Performing with her are Dale Poune on guitar and Billy Laymon on bass.
The Seminole Tribe
of Florida Tribal Council Chairman James E
Billie, on right, with special guests Dr Robert
L Primeaux of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe
who was the guest Speaker at the Seminole
Veterans Convention on November 7, 2011, along
with legendary country music vocalist Ms Lacy
J Dalton, who sang the Seminole Tribe's favorite
song, "Seminole Wind."
PAST PERFORMANCES: Lacy has performed at Prairie Knights Casino on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, Four Bears Casino and Lodge on the Fort Berthold MHA Nation, Wild Rose Casino in Ames, IA. She has performed at the Rosebud Casino on the Rosebud Sioux Reservation in South Dakota, Black Oak Casino in Sonora, CA, Seminole Tribe of Florida at their Veterans Day Celebration in Brighton, FL, Foxwoods Casino in Connecticut, Gold Country Casino, Oroville CA, and many other Indian Casinos over the years.
Lacy and Dale Poune share her new song in honor of
the wild ones. You can read the lyrics here in The Mustang Messenger, Lacy's
Let 'em Run Foundation's newsletter.
Lacy's involvement with
Rotary started when Steve Mestre, President of The Rotary Club
of Reno, asked her to write a song for those clubs who enjoy
starting their meetings with singing.
The song was to be constructed
to remind members of the oath called the four-way test, which
is included in the lyrics. It was also to be written to encourage
folks to become members of Rotary.
The club was so happy with
the first song, "We Are Rotary", that District Governor Steve
Lewis, again with Steve Mestre, asked Lacy to write a second
song, this one to promote their "Polio Plus" campaign. Lacy brought
on Jimmy Jackson, her guitar player to co-write the song "This
The combined clubs were so pleased with the songs, they arranged
for Lacy and her band to perform live at the Rotary International
Convention in 2011. They also tasked Jackson and Dalton to
produce a Rotary CD to sell at the 2011 event. Half of the proceeds
of the Rotary CD go to Polio Plus.
Lacy's own younger sister,
Randy, had polio as a young child, so Lacy is no stranger to
the heartache and devastation of the disease within her own family
experience. The Rotary Club of Reno has awarded Lacy with a Paul
Harris Fellowship and she is an honorary Rotarian.
If you are a Rotary club and want information about
hiring Lacy to do a concert for a fundraiser please contact Terry House at email@example.com
" We Are Rotary"
the icon to order
Lacy's new CD is a tribute to Rotary International and net
proceeds from this CD will be donated to Rotary International
Polio Plus Program to vaccinate children from the Polio virus.
The CD includes some of Lacy's favorites as well as two songs
she wrote and performs in honor